Wolford, North Dakota farmer Chris Brossart is waiting for the ground to dry and warm up before planting soybeans. “Maybe by later this week into next week we could start getting soybeans planted, but we’re patiently waiting for conditions to clear up so we can do what we need to do.” Brossart says it may be the first of June if any changes happen. “A lot of that depends on the weather. Over the weekend, we had a high of 42 degrees here. It’s been chilly.”
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